Donald Wasylenki Education Day

Feb 11, 2021
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9:00am
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The goal of Donald Wasylenki Education Day is to engage all faculty, staff, and trainees in the Department in further developing their knowledge and skills in teaching and education. We also wish to provide a forum for faculty, staff, and trainees to present their innovations, research, and works-in-progress. As such, there will be a poster session that showcases education scholarship in the Department.
 
We are now accepting abstract submissions for the poster session. Principal applicants must be a trainee, staff member, or faculty member within the Department of Psychiatry who is engaging in education scholarship. Education scholarship includes innovative teaching and learning methods, novel curricula, program evaluations, and research in education. We encourage works-in-progress as well as completed projects.
 
Poster presentations will take place virtually. Presenters will be asked to create and upload their posters as a PowerPoint or PDF slide with a 3-minute recorded audio description of their work. Posters will be available online before and during the day’s activities. There will be a dedicated time to view poster presentations and ask questions. As in previous years, posters will be judged for the Best Poster Award.

Please submit your abstract through the online system.

Abstract / Poster Submission Deadline Extended: December 11, 2020

Please address any questions to facdevcppd.psych@utoronto.ca.

Location
Online event
2021-02-11 14:00:00 2021-02-11 14:00:00 UTC Donald Wasylenki Education Day The goal of Donald Wasylenki Education Day is to engage all faculty, staff, and trainees in the Department in further developing their knowledge and skills in teaching and education. We also wish to provide a forum for faculty, staff, and trainees to present their innovations, research, and works-in-progress. As such, there will be a poster session that showcases education scholarship in the Department. We are now accepting abstract submissions for the poster session. Principal applicants must be a trainee, staff member, or faculty member within the Department of Psychiatry who is engaging in education scholarship. Education scholarship includes innovative teaching and learning methods, novel curricula, program evaluations, and research in education. We encourage works-in-progress as well as completed projects. Poster presentations will take place virtually. Presenters will be asked to create and upload their posters as a PowerPoint or PDF slide with a 3-minute recorded audio description of their work. Posters will be available online before and during the day’s activities. There will be a dedicated time to view poster presentations and ask questions. As in previous years, posters will be judged for the Best Poster Award. Please submit your abstract through the online system. Abstract / Poster Submission Deadline Extended: December 11, 2020 Please address any questions to facdevcppd.psych@utoronto.ca. Online event roberta.brown@utoronto.ca